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ARLnow Weekend Discussion

It’s looking like a rainy night in Arlington — though those with evening plans that end before midnight should be fine.

Despite the shortened holiday week, it was an exceptionally busy one in Arlington, with lots of breaking news, business news and previews of items up for a vote at Saturday’s County Board meeting.

Here are the most-read articles on ARLnow over the past five days:

  1. Man’s Death in Ballston Ruled a Homicide
  2. Person Struck By Train at Courthouse Metro Station (update)
  3. PETA To Protest at Clarendon Starbucks Tomorrow
  4. A-1 Cleaners in Clarendon is Closing and Can’t Promise You’ll Get Your Clothes Back
  5. Police Investigating ‘Suspicious Death’ in Ballston Apartment Building
  6. Papyrus Closing All Stores, Including at Pentagon City Mall
  7. Excerpts From the W-L Alumni Lawsuit Over the High School’s Name Change
  8. ACPD Investigating Armed Robbery on Lee Highway
  9. Marine Corps Marathon Issues Third-Ever Lifetime Ban for Cheating (Press Release)

Feel free to discuss those stories, or anything else of local interest, in the comments.

But first, here it is: your moment of zen. Have a great weekend!

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